Assemblymember Monica Wallace released a statement late last week, lauding a state budget that she says “prioritizes public safety by making historic investments in law enforcement agencies and programs that are proven to reduce crime.” She added that the the budget also makes “significant changes to address shortfalls in the bail reform law.” Wallace cited $10 million to help police […]
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